Culturehub SeoulArts/La MaMa
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Works in New York, New York United States of America

BIO
Culturehub is a shared space for creative growth where artists from diverse disciplines and cultures collaborate, explore emerging mediums and produce works of art that engage technology.
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EVENT

Game Art in the Knowable Space


Dates:
Fri Nov 07, 2014 19:00 - Fri Nov 07, 2014

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

$10 General Ticket
$5 Artists and Students

The aesthetics of video games are rerouted to create works of art, music, and cinema that subvert game mechanics and the experience of play. Game artist and machinima maker Chris Burke curates a showcase of artists who are using games beyond their intended purpose, as tools for making art. The exhibited works explore the finite, or “knowable,” potential of the programmed game environment.

With artwork from Alex Myers, Notendo, Rosa Menckman, Kieran Nolan, Luis Hernandez, Victor Morales, Kent Sheely, Jim Munroe, and Tom7

Performances by Tamara Yadao and Skot Deeming


EVENT

FutureMapper 1.0


Dates:
Sun Oct 19, 2014 12:00 - Sun Oct 19, 2014

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

October 19, 12-6pm
$150
https://futuremapper.eventbrite.com

Projection Mapping is a technique for projecting onto three dimensional surfaces. It creates illusions of deconstruction and redefines physical shapes by moving away from flat projection screens. Artist and educator CHiKa will lead this comprehensive introduction to creating projection mapping for beginners. Students will learn how to make animations using various techniques and software, and how to map the three-dimensional surfaces. This workshop is intended for the students who want to learn how to develop projection mapping projects for future events, art installations, and performances.

About the instructor:
CHiKA is an interactive visual artist and an educator. She creates a minimalist geometric visual narrative in sync with the sounds of live music performance in addition to interactive projection mapping installations that explore the relationship between visual, light, sound and public audience. She is a creator of a projection mapping workshop marathon, Mappathon, that teaches projection mapping technique to create site specific installations. She has been a resident researcher at Eyebeam, ITP, New York University and an IAC Teaching and Research Fellow for Vimeo


EVENT

Cipher: Refraction


Dates:
Fri Oct 17, 2014 19:00 - Fri Oct 17, 2014

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

Cipher: Refraction
47 Great Jones St, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10012

General Tickets $10
Student and Artist Tickets $5
http://cipher-refraction.eventbrite.com

Cipher: Refraction is curated by Giselle Zatonyl and comprised of a screening in two parts, a post-screening discussion, and an after party with projections and live music from Opal Onyx and HD XD. During the evening Zatonyl will premiere a new work created as part of her residency at CultureHub earlier in 2014.

Refraction, the first installment of the screening, was first shown as part of Discrete Systems, Zatonyl’s solo show at Brooklyn’s Transfer Gallery. Each of the nine artists takes a distinct approach to making video art taking WebGL, Processing, and 3D modeling programs as their tools of choice. The artists featured in Refraction fragment and distort the fluidity of visual language.
Refraction showcases work from Eva Papamargariti, V5MT, A Bill Miller, Carrie Gates, Erik H Zepka,
Mattie Hillock, Mark Pieterson, Faith Holland, and Hector Llanquin.

The second screening, Cipher, is a continuation of Refraction with videos from Morehshin Allahyari, Jenifer Juniper Stratford, Mattie Hillock, Jeremy Couillard, Johnny Woods, Erik H Zepka, Sabrina Ratté, Nicholas O’Brien, and Giselle Zatonyl. Cipher explores the same visual fragmentation as Refraction but also navigates the how language follows this fragmentation. Cipher focuses on how linear narrative is utilized in experimental video.

Cipher will see the premiere of Optimal Health Technologies Institute, conceived during Giselle's residency at CultureHub. OHTI uses the format of a Public Service Announcement that promotes public health programs in a futuristic society and follows a narrative thread from the artist's earlier work about a hyper-commercial future. The video tours a medical facility in a fictitious future, where bodies are reconditioned in body scanners. During her CultureHub residency, Zatonyl incorporated real world data from motion-capture and facial tracking software into 3D rendered, fictional worlds. Following the video presentation, Zatonyl will lead a discussion on the role of open source and commercial software in artmaking, addressing the challenges of communicating in digital mediums and introducing the viewer to particular tools and perspectives.

Argentina born artist Giselle Zatonyl is a Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary artist and curator. Her work explores new technologies to create immersive digital environments with video and sculpture. Zatonyl moved to the United States in 1999, and received a BFA in Photography and Art History from New World School of Arts in Miami, FL. Since 2008 she has lived and worked in New York City – in 2014 she was awarded a micro-residency at CultureHub to continue exploring her interests in systems, mechanisms, interaction and utilizing science and technology in art.

CultureHub is an incubator for creativity focused on the intersection of art and technology founded by La Mama and the Seoul Institute of the Arts in 2009. We connect artists from diverse disciplines and cultures and provide them with environments in which to collaborate, experiment and explore. We serve local and global communities by providing an open space for creative research, artistic exchange and learning.

CultureHub’s micro-residency program supports innovative projects from artists and technologists with materials, equipment, technical guidance, and financial support. For more information about
CultureHub residencies, please contact hilary@culturehub.org


EVENT

Physical Computing Open Labs & Sensor Brunch


Dates:
Thu Oct 02, 2014 16:00 - Sun Oct 05, 2014

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

Physical Computing Open Labs



Lab #1
October 2, 4pm-7pm
http://lab1.eventbrite.com
$5 Suggested Donation

Lab #2: Sensor Brunch
Sunday October 5, 12pm-3pm
http://lab2.eventbrite.com
$5 Suggested Donation
Light Refreshments will be served

Members of the Queer Art and Technology research
group based at Eyebeam,
Miki Foster, Erica Kermani, and CultureHub’s S.O.
O’Brien, invite artists and enthusiasts to participate in
an open lab centered on Arduino and physical computing.
Focusing on an in-process design for an upcoming
interactive installation, QUAT members explore the
use of micro-controllers in combination with large
surface transducers and bone conductors. If you are
working on your own Arduino or physical computing
projects and want the opportunity to work in a more
collaborative session or just want to get feedback on
your project, come join us in the studio for these open
work and skill sharing sessions.


EVENT

ArtCade: CultureHub Season Launch Party


Dates:
Fri Sep 12, 2014 19:00 - Fri Sep 12, 2014

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

Join us for the Fall 2014 season kickoff party while we transform the CultureHub studio into an arcade. The evening is hosted and curated by This Near Future and will feature a selection of new, independent video games for people to play in a fun, social setting. After the games, stick around for conversation, drinks, and a live DJ set.
This is a FREE event.